The Drum Awards for the Digital Industries (Dadis) took place at the Park Plaza hotel in London on 15 October, here we reveal the winners.
Wunderman took home the Dadi Awards Grand Prix last night for ‘The Next Photo’ work for the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust.
Now in its eighth year, the Dadi Awards, held in association with Workfront, celebrates the individuals and agencies at the forefront of the UK’s digital space.
Greenpeace’s ‘Lego: Everything is NOT awesome’ campaign earned Don’t Panic London this year’s Chairman’s Award.
And Mark Read, global chief executive at Wunderman, scooped the Dadi Individual of the Year accolade after topping The Drum’s annual Digerati list.
The Dadi judging panel was chaired by Podge founder Phil Jones as well as Andy Sandoz, creative partner, Work Club; Ross Sleight chief strategy officer, Somo; Kati Price, head of digital media, Victoria and Albert Museum and several other industry experts.
Stephen Lepitak, editor of The Drum, praised the awards for highlighting the strength of the digital marketing industry in the UK “both in terms of creativity and knowledge”.
“Every year the quality of entrants improves and that is testament to the agencies and brands who continue to thrive in online environments to communicate brand messaging and engagement strategies,” he said.
Jones said: “As chairman I love being able to get so many great people together for one day every year. Long live the Dadis."
The full list of winners, which includes DigitasLBi, MEC and OMD UK, can be found on the Dadi Awards website.